Sanitary Waste Bins

Just about every business will dispose of some form of Sanitary Waste in their daily operations. As a result, it is important that you provide both your staff and customers with access to the appropriate waste bins, due to the fact that is waste type is considered offensive.

Collection Frequency:
Daily, weekly, fortnightly or ad hoc collection
Capacity:
18 L to 42 L
Waste Type:
  • Clinical
  • Sanitary

Our Sanitary Waste Bins can be used to store:

Tampons
Menstrual Pads
Incontinence pads
Nappies
Soiled PPE
Condoms
Catheter bags
Stoma bags
Any products contaminated with faeces, vomit or urine.

Sani bins
Various sizes
Low cost collections

Sanitary bins
various sizes

Our sanitary waste bins are made from highly durable and leak-proof materials, reducing the chances of the products spilling out or leaking. This again is particularly important as this waste is classified as offensive and could come hand in hand with unpleasant smells. While not inherently infectious or hazardous, if not handled correctly, any waste contaminated by bodily fluids could create a breeding ground for harmful bacteria.

Our bins are also available in various sizes, depending upon the volume of sanitary waste your business is producing. For example, nappies or childcare facilities tend to require sizeable sanitary waste bins. We recommend that these bins are emptied around every two days – in accordance with health and safety regulations.

Businesses are often required by law to provide their employees with access to the appropriate sanitary waste bins – as a result, it’s essential that you have them installed within your property sooner rather than later. At Divert, we can arrange for free waste bins to be delivered to your property in a timely and efficient manner. We can then arrange for them to be collected on a schedule that suits you.

All waste types
  • All waste types
  • Cardboard
  • Clinical
  • Confidential
  • Dry Mixed Recycling
  • Food
  • Garden
  • General
  • Glass
  • Liquid
  • Oil
  • Paper
  • Plastic
  • Sanitary
  • WEEE
  • 1100 Wheelie bin

    The most common bin, 4 wheels, can be lockable. Holds 15+ bags

  • 240 L wheelie bin

    This is the same size as the one outside your house. Holds 3 – 5 bags

  • 360 Litre Wheelie Bin

    A bit bigger than the one outside your house. Holds 5 – 7 Bags

  • 660 L wheelie bin

    A big bin, 4 wheels suitable to hold 10 – 12 bags. Can come with a lock

  • Anatomical Waste

    Clinical waste bags suitable for organs, body parts, blood bags, animal organs, body parts, placentas, tissue samples.

  • Clinical Infectious Waste

    Clinical waste bags which are suitable for bandages, wipes, dressings, gloves, PPE and aprons

  • Clinical Non-infectious

    Clinical waste bags suitable for Incontinence pads, sanitary waste, nappies and wipes, disposable garments, PPE (Garments and gloves), emptied colostomy bags, swabs

  • Cytotoxic and Cytostatic

    Clinical waste bags suitable for blister packs, gloves, wipes, medicinal Vials

  • Dental Amalgam

    Dental waste container suitable for unwanted amalgam, teeth with fillings and capsules containing residues

  • IBC 1000L

    The big white container holds all types of liquids. 1000 L capacity



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